Mad For Alice

I’ve been mad for Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland books since I borrowed my first copy from my local library as a young child. Any museum or library show on the beloved classics is sure to get my attention. So, I sat up and took notice of  Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser at the V&A, London: Until December 31, 2021 We can all take a tumble down the rabbit hole, courtesy of the V&A’s latest exhibition in London. The exhibition celebrates all things Alice in Wonderland. Discover the origins and iterations of Lewis Carroll’s beloved books, before being taken on an immersive journey through the various adaptations and reinventions they’ve spawned over the past century and a half. Expect to see designs by Vivienne Westwood, original book illustrations, paintings by Salvador Dalí and fashion photo shoots, as well as eye-popping ballet costumes, psychedelic posters and much, much more. Hopefully, the V&A will be putting more from the show online in coming days.


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1 Response to Mad For Alice

  1. Ruth Forman Gardner says:

    Thanks for everything Alice!

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